The famous trio of comedians finally reunited. The Unknowns plan to meet on the big screen for the first time in eight years, Bernard Campan told AFP on Friday January 14, who said he was “delighted” to find his “comrades”, even if he does not this is not yet a real return of the trio. Bernard Campan said that the trio he formed with Pascal Légitimus and Didier Bourdon was invited “to participate in a film”.

It is “not a film of the Unknowns”, he underlined during an interview to promote his film “Almost”, directed with Alexandre Jollien and which will be released on January 26. “So, on this occasion, the group will reform but it is not, as I have read or heard. No, it is for the occasion of a film in which we will participate and I am delighted. I am delighted to find my companions and associates and friends,” he continued. “We are not yet saying the name of the director who is finishing the script,” said the 63-year-old comedian.

A possible comeback?

Tuesday on RTL, Didier Bourdon went further by evoking a possible return to the stage, still very hypothetical. “We want to do something,” he said. “After that, that’s the timing. Everyone, of course, we have our proposals alone, but I know that it’s now that we have to do it, I think especially on stage”.

“Afterwards it’s a little scary, it’s true that it’s scary but in any case it’s in the air”, continued Didier Bourdon, while confident that he had spoken about it with Pascal Légitimus but was waiting “l opinion of Bernard” Campan.

The trio found themselves on screen in 2014 for their fourth film, “Les Trois Frères, le retour”. A reunion then celebrated after thirteen years of solo career. In 1995, their first film “Les Trois Frères” had triumphed with more than 7 million spectators and won the César for best first work.


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